All of the Characters of the Hearts and Heroes fangame.
Still a WIP
- Badass in Distress: Yes, she is the player character, but she is not the only person the player controls, and this comes into play in the second area where Dr. Money kidnaps her and the player is forced to use Purple to find Blue and help her escape her predicament.
- The Chosen Many: Blue, like Mark, didn't have to face her fears/nightmares to be able to go to the hub and it is implied that others were chosen as well.
- The Leader: Goes without saying, especially for the group the player develops as they progress in the story.
- True Blue Femininity: Her default name is Blue and her clothing is mostly blue.
- Ascended Fangirl: She is more attuned to Markiplier and his videos than Blue, and as such was able to discover things like how the world she was first deployed in with Blue was based on Presentable Liberty.
- Shrinking Violet: A shoo-in for the trope since she starts the game very meek and wearing the color.
- Don't You Dare Pity Me!: When Blue and later Mark try to console them after saving them from the world of Presentable Liberty, they denies being scared or having any issues, but Blue can't deal with any of their hang ups before Blue manages to wake up.
- Jerkass with a Heart of Gold: Is really awful in social situations, but their heart is in the right place.
- Jumped at the Call: Seemed excited at the idea of saving people and wanted to be one of the operatives to go into a field, but is forced by Mark to journey with the player character's party as a rule for any newbie's safety.
- I Work Alone: Insists on it despite Markiplier pairing them with Blue and Purple for their first mission on principle.
- Leave Me Alone!: Whenever either Blue or any of the others wants to help them, Jade either wants no assistance or claims there is no need despite being Genre Blind to the situation and the fact that they are freshly recruited in the battle against Terrorlings.
- Pronoun Trouble: Briefly mentioned by Jade when Markiplier debriefs Blue and Purple after they save Jade. Prefers to use they/them to refer to themself.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: They have pink-orange hair though it may be dyed.
- Dance Battler: His class is Elemental Dancer and he does ballet and hip-hop.
- Must Make Amends: After he lashes out at Markiplier for not showing up in time to save Purple, he desperately wants to apologize.
- My God, What Have I Done?: When he sees that the Hub is deserted and Mark is gone after he lashed out at him.
- The One Guy: He is the only guy (or at least male-identifying) in the team.
- What the Hell, Hero?: His reaction to Mark showing up too late to help Purple. After he lashes out at Mark, this is everyones reaction towards him.
- Hair Decorations: Her hair ribbons are an important part of her memories, as the last time she wore them was the day she was ostracized for fasting during Ramadan. After that, she started wearing her hijab.
- Troubled Backstory Flashback: Being that she was found in [[Video Game/Amnesia Amnesia]], she and the rest of the party must go through the memories that made her who she is today in order to leave the game.
Enemies and Bosses
- Adaptation Dye-Job: He doesn't wear his signature suit, nor does he have his red-blue effects (Except for before and in an attack in his fight). Justified because this was made before A Date with Markiplier and Who Killed Markiplier.
- Adaptation Species Change: He's a terrorling in this fanwork. Justified because this was made before A Date with Markiplier and Who Killed Markiplier.
- Big Bad
- Dark Is Evil: Has "Dark" in his name and is the Big Bad.
- Death by Adaptation
- Demonic Possession: He does this to Markiplier in Freddy Fazbear's Pizza.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: He believes that kindness is useless and gets people nowhere.
- Evil Counterpart: To Mark.
- Evil Laugh: Right before you fight him at the end of the game.
- Final Boss
- Unwinnable by Design: The first phase of his fight.
- Villain Teleportation: Right before his fight, he teleports onto the show stage.
- Your Heart's Desire: Tries to turn the heroes to his side by offering to give them whatever they want.
- Humanoid Abomination: No duh.
- Super-Persistent Predator: Like in the game that brought him back into popular perception, he will move faster towards the player as they collect more of the pages required to reach the next area.
- Warm-Up Boss: As the boss of the first world, he is the final exam to ensure that the player is ready for what comes after.
- Money, Dear Boy: There is no rhyme or reason to him, only money as his motivation.
- A Form You Are Comfortable With: This is not a good thing, because they will take whatever form is necessary to drive a person to despair. Though usually they take the form of a Humanoid Abomination, they can take other forms such as Blob Monster.
- Mook: They are the cannon fodder of the game, but the problem is that they will always be around to prey on the fears people have.
- Expy: Of Wilford Warfstache
- Hugh Mann: As is the case in his home series, Octodad is just posing as a human.